The Jeff Rodgers' Basketball Camp is dedicated to the enrichment of our youth!
The Jeff Rodgers' camps are based on character-building through the fundamentals of basketball and discipline.
Our camps help kids to increase their endurance, speed and agility, thus improving their athletic performance.
The Jeff Rodgers' Basketball Camp is set for July 5th - July 30th. The camp, held 9am to 1pm daily at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium, will cater to boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 18 years old. Each camper who registers will receive a t-shirt, shorts, and a basketball.Let's Start!
Over the last 30 years, we at the Jeff Rodgers Basketball Camp have been privileged to receive support from various organizations. Here are a list of our sponsors.
" I haven’t been around basketball in a while, especially among the youngsters, so it is always good to come back and give back to them and help teach them about basketball and life and how important those things are to us. I know they are important to Jeff, who is trying to encourage the campers that have something to fall back on especially if they don’t fulfil their dreams of becoming a professional basketball player. This is a second home for me! I get a chance to come back and visit the island and come out and help out my boy, Jeff Rodgers. So this is home for me. I’m just glad to be here.Byron Scott former National Basketball Association player turned coach
" With the Jeff Rodgers camp, which is the most successful camp in the Bahamas, we decided to partner with them to improve what we are doing, so what we did, instead of what we have been doing every year is to combine what the professionals who are running camps like Jeff Rodgers with this joint effort, we have doubled our efforts.Dr. Daniel Johnson Bahamas Minister of Youth, Sports and Culture
" I like how we play basketball and work hard so that we can be great basketball players, and I am pleased with the lessons we got from the instructors.Harrison Toote 11-year-old student of Teleos Christian School
" I wanted to be better in basketball and my friends told me that this is a good camp. I told my dad about it and he signed me up. It was a lot of fun because I learned how to dribble the ball, pass the ball and rebound. It was a lot of fun. I think I got to do a whole lot in the camp.Ragesh Noronhae 15-year-old student of Queen’s College